Massive Mustang Gathering to Take Place in South Bay L.A., March 17
Initially cancelled due to last Fall’s heavy showers, California’s ‘Ponies at the Pike’ returns with an epic Spring offering.
One of California’s largest Mustang shows, “Ponies at the Pike” (formerly “Mustangs at The Queen Mary”) show that has now moved across the bay to Shoreline Aquatic Park in Long Beach, California. This show typically runs during the fall but last year’s show got rained out, so the 2018 version is being resurrected for March 17, 2019, with another version still planned for this coming fall.
So here’s your chance to experience this fine show in the spring, and besides all the great cars and attractions, the show is open to the public for free, so bring the whole family! See the Beach Cities Mustang Club’s website for details.
16th Annual Spring Regional Pony Roundup
Meanwhile in the southeast, the “16th Annual Spring Regional Pony Roundup” being held on March 16, 2019, at YearOne Muscle Car Parts in Braselton, Georgia. The show runs from 10 am – 3 pm and is hosted by will be hosted by the Northeast Georgia Mustang Club. Check the club site for details.
Looking for something more than just a car show for the March 16 weekend? Team Shelby an invites you to join them for “the high-performance racetrack experience of a lifetime” during the Team Shelby Bash Track Days on March 15 and 16 at the Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch in Pahrump, Nevada. There, Shelby American test drivers Gary Patterson and Vince LaViolette will provide insights into the latest Shelby American high performance machines during a limited number of thrill rides; Ford Motor Company will display its fantastic 2020 Ford Shelby GT500, as well as conduct demonstrations in the track-centric Shelby GT350; and Rick Titus, son of Shelby legend Jerry Titus, will give rides in a continuation 1965 Ford Shelby GT350.
Team Shelby Track Experience
For those who want to personally experience the track, a few slots are still available in the Team Shelby Track Experience. All makes and models of cars are welcome — not just Ford and Shelby vehicles. From first-timers to seasoned veterans, it is a rare opportunity to enjoy your car at speed in a safe, legal environment. This program includes lunch and entrance fees into Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch. Bring your car and safety gear for sessions packed with thrills and lessons. If you are curious about the requirements, checklists and details to track a car, contact Track Steward Tim Stieve.
And for those who don’t want to track but still want to be part of the action, you can simply pay the Spring Mountain entrance fee to enjoy the rest of the thrills that weekend, including the demonstration rides at the track or lunch with the drivers at the Shelby rig. Choose a package and sign up today.
So come celebrate the spirit of Carroll Shelby with an automotive display of speed and power during the Shelby Bash — the memories, knowledge and friendships that you build will last a lifetime! If you have questions regarding any of the package options, please contact Brianna Fawn.